Craig McClenaghan Architecture

Craig McClenaghan Architecture is a dynamic design studio in Johannesburg, South Africa. Established in 2016, the studio pursues an interest in contemporary architectural design and includes architecture, master-planning, exhibition development, interiors and landscape, often involving multidisciplinary collaborations with researchers, writers, artists, and curators. Craig’s prior experience at Mashabane Rose Associates established an interest in narrative heritage projects, and between 2003 and 2016 Craig worked on several ‘cultural’ building and exhibition projects including the Origins Centre (2005), Liliesleaf (2008), Golden Gate Dinosaur Museum (2009), Trevenna Commercial Campus (2010), Laager Theatre (2015) and Engraved Rock Gallery (2016) as well as several large-scale design competitions such as the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Spier Arts Centre, Lebone ii College of the Royal Bafokeng, Pan African Parliament and Anglo American ‘Re-Invention.’

Craig teaches periodically at the University of Johannesburg’s Post-Graduate School of Architecture (GSA) and has been a regular guest lecturer, competition adjudicator and external examiner at the University of Witwatersrand’s Faculty of Architecture and Planning.

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